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Re: [Phpgroupware-users] Scalability.

From: Chris Weiss
Subject: Re: [Phpgroupware-users] Scalability.
Date: Wed, 27 Nov 2002 15:52:35 +0000

600 users simultanious?  You'll need some apache tweaking, get one of the 
benchmark/stress test scripts and tweak apache to make sure apache neevr uses 
memory than the server has available.  A default packaged apache+php typicaly 
40 meg or more per connection, so you will at least want to disable any features
you don't specificaly need, and might consider compiling it yourself, though 
can get complicated.

MySql 3.x is ideal to power a web site, but it's a little slow under a lot of
writes.  Might consider using pgsql.

These are just general sugestions, I've never run phpgw under that kind of load.

Michael Solberg (address@hidden) wrote*:
>I'm trying to roll out a groupware solution for about 600 clients in my
>department.  phpGroupWare looks like an excellent solution, but I'm a
>little worried about scalability.  I only have the following hardware:
>2 x 1GHz 512MB RAM Mac G4 webserver running OS X and apache
>233Mhz 128MB RAM Dell mysql server running Slackware 8.1
>Is anyone else supporting a kinda big install of phpGroupWare?  Better
>yet, is anyone using this in the enterprise setting?
>We're going to just start out using the calendar and addressbook and
>then we'll add apps as the users get used to the environment.  (Sooner
>or later we'll get a new database server as well).
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